The latest edition of CJS Professional is now online, read it in full here: www.countryside-jobs.com/Professional/current.htm You may need to refresh your browser.
Jobs advertised in this Month's edition:
Senior Ecologist, Essex Ecology Services Limited (Essex Wildlife Trust)
Community Engagement Officer, The Forest of Marston Vale Trust
Estate Worker (Land Management), Ferne Animal Sanctuary (Somerset)
Ranger (Dungeness), Romney Marsh Countryside Partnership / White Cliffs Countryside Partnership
Vegetation Clearance Team Leader, Keystone Habitats (Chipping Sodbury)
Fencing Team Leader, Keystone Habitats (Chipping Sodbury)
Countryside Estate Worker, Cannock Chase Council
Project Development Officer - Beacons of the Past, The Chilterns Conservation Board
Ecological Planning Advisory Officer, Surrey Wildlife Trust
This edition includes CJS Focus on Volunteering in association with TCV.
The lead article is from The Conservation Volunteers; TCV Green Gyms have taken advantage of a new "Speed-volunteering" app recently launched by the Mayor of London, they and Team London talk about how the initiative is working in the conservation sector. Capturing Our Coast (CoCoast) is the world’s largest ever coastal citizen marine science project. SAMS are involved in Scotland and encourage participation. Leicestershire & Rutland Wildlife Trust realise that volunteers need to be appreciated, they explain how they thank the army of people who give up their time to help at Rutland Water. Lee Valley Regional Park Authority’s Jessica Whitehead talks about the benefits of recruiting retired people and the many skills they can bring to conservation. Lower Mole Countryside Trust now funds and provides support to other local conservation charities, read about what they do. Dorset Wildlife Trust explains why they think it’s worth offering traineeships. Apprenticemakers share some information about the ins and outs of recruiting an apprentice. Princes Countryside Fund offers financial support to organisations in the countryside, read about how Sussex Wildlife Trust and one lucky Trainee has benefited from one of their grants. Microvolunteering Day highlights the opportunities for organisations to benefit from bit-size volunteering, read about some of the ways in which you can make it work for you.
Top headlines from the past month: Click here to read
Training Calendar Click here to read
One-day conference: Embedding Citizen Science into Wildlife Conservation Management at Bournemouth University on Monday 21st March 2016, 9.00-16.30. Full Advert here: c-js.co.uk/CJSevents
Short Courses and Events in May. 8 page calendar in total
Plus details of recent additions to the Training Directory
Classified Advertising Click here
Grants and funding: Click here for details
Seven new funding suppliers listed this month.